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corrupt

1. (of a text or manuscript) made meaningless or different in meaning from the original by scribal errors or alterations
2. (of computer programs or data) containing errors

corrupt

[kə′rəpt]
(computer science)
To destroy or alter information so that it is no longer reliable.
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In the recent satirical indie, "Juana C.," there are many cameo and supporting portrayals, but among the few that really stand out are those contributed by Nino Muhlach as a plumply corrupt general, Angelina Kanapi as a master facilitator and corrupter for all reasons, seasons and "sleazons," and Annicka Dolonius as a ditzy pa-sosyal student.
An "Occupy Wall St." group on Facebook calls on followers to "deploy this emerging stratagem against the greatest corrupter of our democracy: Wall Street, the financial Gomorrah of America."
He said: "The prosecution's case is that Hamid, assisted by Ahmet, was a recruiter, groomer and corrupter of young Muslims.
These described Khan, who was disqualified indefinitely as well as five other unlicensed individuals, as "an insidious corrupter of the jockeys" whose presence on the racecourse was "wholly undesirable".
But, as Professor Nzonga-Ntalaja's book makes apparent, even the arch despot and corrupter could not fully extinguish the Congolese people's aspirations.
If we find evidence, we are placing it before the relevant authority, but it's a fact of life that if you have got a corrupter and someone who has been corrupted, by and large neither has an interest about talking about it.'
Louis Zorich's Falstaff is rather more a fat old fox than a buffoon, an excellent corrupter of youth but only so-so in his slapstick with Pistol at the Boar's Head.
"The concern of the panel was about the general vulnerability of young jockeys and the potential for a would-be corrupter to exploit a relationship that exists and the opportunity to maybe profit from that relationship is probably easier nowadays."
Especially when it comes from the Bible bashers who should remember in this dark week, if onno other, that religion is far more of a potential corrupter of innocent, unformed minds than Rowling.
My favourite quote about Parting Shots came from a reviewer who prefaced his knocking-piece with something approaching an apology: "Criticising a Michael Winner film," he said, "is like kicking a three-legged dog." I expect that wounded Winner more than being called the corrupter of the universe.
Jamey Sheridan, whose face looks hacked from a rock, is a forceful Jarnes, but at times too much the nice guy gone wrong rather than the cynical rake, drunk and corrupter of youth.
Ramadi / NINA /--The People's Committees in the yard of sit-in of Ramadi arrested today a corrupter agent as is burning of a number of protesters' cars in Ramadi capital of Anbar before Fri-prayers dobbed / Fri of paying loyalty to Imam Abu Hanifa / protesters.